· Dates: November 4 – 6, 2016
· Instructors: Susan Nolan, Heidi Nunnally, David Nguyen & Bernard Chen
· Cost: $425.00 (cost includes lodging)
This is going to be an amazing weekend trip to the Big Apple! We have two talented guides/photographer, Susan Nolan and Heidi Nunnally, who will be leading us to very familiar places for them to let us capture this grand city!
Deposit of $50 to hold your spot. Full payment of $375 will be required 30 days before event. Full reimbursement of your deposit if you cancel within 30 days of the workshop,
We will meet on Friday, Nov. 4th at 9 AM at a specify location for car pooling. I'm hoping we only have to take 2-3 cars. Workshop will end at 12 noon on Sunday, Nov. 6th, and we'll car pool everyone back to your cars.
Leave DC area 9AM, arrive in BKLYN early afternoon
Evening/Sunset Tripod shoot at Brooklyn Bridge Park
Gear needed: Tripod, cable release, Polarizer, ND filters (optional)
Wide and medium range zoom (Many good shots around 24mm)
Dinner at Grimaldi’s (BKLYN Pizza)
Full day Mid-town Manhattan Photo street photography
8 AM Empire State observation deck 86th floor http://www.esbnyc.com
Morning 5th Ave photo walk to NY Public Library and Bryant Park (optional) Times square.
Grand Central Station inside and out, Lunch at Grand Central Oyster bar, or Pershing Square
Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, evening/sunset shoot at Top of the Rock https://www.topoftherocknyc.com
Dinner Hama Japanese Cuisine
Gear Needed: Travel light, a good day for a mirrorless camera, a small table top tripod for the ledges at the Library, Grand Central, Empire State, and the Rock
Sunrise shoot at Brooklyn Bridge Park, optional walk across Brooklyn Bridge and shoot some lower Manhattan spots as time permits.
Breakfast at Teresa’s
same as Friday night
We have reserved lodging (sleeps 20) in this beautiful 7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 kitchen house 10 minutes away from Manhattan. You are welcome to check out your two night of lodging here.
Digital SLR camera
Wide to standard zoom lens
Telephoto zoom lens
Small mini tripod (will post some ideas on this later)
Circular polarizing filter
ND filters - if you have them
We want everyone to have fun and to come home safely. It's going to be imperative that everyone stays in a group, there will be no exception to this rule. Because we are going to be a fairy large group, we will implement a two team buddy system so we can all be responsible for everyone's safety. I will send out wavier forms for everyone to sign your life away before this trip begins. If you don't sign, you don't go.
Photos courtesy of Susan Nolan